Latest News...

Studio update! 

New songs started showing up right after my second record, "Show and Tell" was released a little over three years ago.  Fast forward to April 28th 2015 and I wrapped my last proper studio session for what has become my third, full-length record! Now onto a few, select guest parts and a some final touches. I can not WAIT to share these songs with all of YOU!
"If You Don't Bring Me Joy (Be on Your Way)" is due this fall!

—Ed x

Word to your Mother! 

Do YOU have that one cherished and beloved photo of you with your Mom?

Well, we'd love to see it!

Ed's looking to create a special tribute collage video clip to honor our Moms. Plans are to release this clip in time for Mother's Day 2015 which is Sunday, May 10. Your photos will be paired with audio of one of Ed's new tunes called "Mama" which was written for and is dedicated to his Mom, Fran. "Mama" is lifted from the new, forthcoming record "If You Don't Bring Me Joy (Be on Your Way) due out this fall!

If you'd like to submit your photo for this clip, please email it to: by SUNDAY, APRIL 26th! This project is dependent on the amount of your photo submissions we receive, so in this case, MORE is better!

Ready... set... UPLOAD!

Briggs Farm, a new single, forthcoming record's title revealed! 

Bret, Tony & Ed will bring their ‘Miner Blues’ to the Briggs Farm Back Porch in July!

To help kick off Briggs Farm Blues Festival's 18th year, Ed Randazzo will release "I Need a Woman", the lead single from his forthcoming, third record titled "If You Don't Bring Me Joy (Be on Your Way)” which is due out in mid-September on S.A.M. Records and produced by Bret Alexander. The single will be available via digital download on Friday, July 10!

Miner Blues perform on the Back Porch stage on Friday afternoon, July 10 at 3:15 P.M.

Randazzo to lend his voice to Gavenus Photography exhibit this month. [1/16] 

Gavenus Photography is proud to announce that singer/songwriter Ed Randazzo will lend his voice to the opening reception of "Marchers of the Movement: Selma and the Foot Soldiers Story."  Ed will perform select songs from the Movement.

A note from the photographer:
"I have been documenting the Civil Rights Movement for more than 10 years. The project focuses on Selma and the courageous Foot Soldiers that changed our nation.

This exhibit allows me to bring together the photographs I have made and share the stories I have been told.  It's a powerful story that people of all ages need to hear, so bring the kids. This may be their only opportunity hear this part of history."

The exhibit will run January 12 - Feb. 26, 2015 at The Widmann Gallery inside The Sheeny-Farmer Campus Center on the campus of King's College in Wilkes-Barre, Pa.  A gallery presentation will be held on January 16, 2015 (6-8pm) where Jim (Gavenus) will tell THEIR story as well as hold an open Q&A with the public.

This is your chance to see living history and meet the man behind the lens.

As most of you know, Jim is Ed’s resident photographer. The two have been working together since 2010.
Every little bit helps!  Thank YOU for your unending support!  All monies collected reduce studio costs, gig expenses and expedite the record making process.